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Which is the best Top Woman Yelling At Baby Yoda. Ugly Christmas Shirt for “land” in this context, and is feminine. Patrie the traduction of “fatherland is also feminine and used to refer to France. Vagina – The basic meaning of the Latin word vagina was a sheath or scabbard for a sword. By association, Gladius sword was a common term for the penis. The penis is Latin for “thing that hang” or tail. A masculine word in Latin that became the medical scientific word we have nowadays. (While in bad slang french people say “queue” today. Which means tail and is feminine so I guess we are back to square 1).